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Polokwane International Airport

A Polokwane International Airport
City: Polokwane
Country: South Africa Flag of South Africa
IATA Code: PTG
ICAO Code: FAPP
Coordinates: Latitude: 23°50′43″S, Longitude: 29°27′30″E
Runways: Direction: 01/19, Length: 8400 x 148 ft, Elevation: 4076 ft
Direction: 05/23, Length: 7612 x 148 ft, Elevation: 4014 ft
Wikipedia link:Polokwane International Airport at Wikipedia

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Location

Polokwane International Airport is located approximately 4,1 miles (6,7 km) north of Polokwane and about 24,7 miles (39,7 km) north of Lebowakgomo.

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Distances

Flight routes from Polokwane International Airport
Polokwane to Johannesburg distance (PTG–JNB)
Distances in South Africa
Polokwane to Bloemfontain distance (PTG–BFN)
Polokwane to Cape Town distance (PTG–CPT)
Polokwane to Durban distance (PTG–DUR)
Polokwane to East London distance (PTG–ELS)
Polokwane to George distance (PTG–GRJ)
Polokwane to Hoedspruit distance (PTG–HDS)
Polokwane to Johannesburg distance (PTG–QRA)
Polokwane to Johannesburg distance (PTG–JNB)
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Polokwane to Kimberley distance (PTG–KIM)
Polokwane to Malamala distance (PTG–AAM)
Polokwane to Margate distance (PTG–MGH)
Polokwane to Mmabatho distance (PTG–MBD)
Polokwane to Nelspruit distance (PTG–MQP)
Polokwane to Phalaborwa distance (PTG–PHW)
Polokwane to Pietermaritzburg distance (PTG–PZB)
Polokwane to Port Elizabeth distance (PTG–PLZ)
Polokwane to Pretoria distance (PTG–PRY)
Polokwane to Richards Bay distance (PTG–RCB)
Polokwane to Umtata distance (PTG–UTT)
Polokwane to Upington distance (PTG–UTN)